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Mark Goldberg, joka omisti Crystal Palacen vuosina 1996-99, syrjätti kauden 2005-06 Bromleyn seuraorganisaatiossa suositun manageri George Wakelingin.
Mark Goldberg's brother-in-law, Jerry Dolke, had become chairman of non-league Bromley and during the 2005-06 season the pair announced the controversial decision that Goldberg would replace the highly successful and highly popular George Wakeling and his management team, who had led to the Premier Division of the Isthmian League, and then secured survival by a long distance.
Goldberg's start in management was successful, leading Bromley to promotion into the Conference South division via the play-offs. His first pre-season included a tie against the youth team of Crystal Palace and his competitive start was good, with Bromley topping the Premier Division after his first eleven games and reaching the First Round of the FA Cup before losing 4-1 to League One side Gillingham.
Goldberg left Bromley during the 2007-08 season, to be succeeded by Simon Osborn, but returned to the club at the end of the season. In April 2009, Goldberg suffered serious damage to his knee ligament while playing for Bromley Veterans in an Isthmian Veterans Cup semi-final. This injury caused him to be absent from the dugout for at least the remainder of the 2008-09 season. In January 2011 he again left the club due to an internal disagreement.
On 18 June 2011 Goldberg returned to Bromley after the appointment of a new club chairman, Ashley Reading. Goldberg agreed to step down as manager on 4 February 2016. Goldberg became manager of Welling United in April 2016. He left the position in November 2016 (Wikipedia, 2019).